Yang Ming says shippers taking time to commit to contracts as rates fall
Transpacific contract negotiations with shippers are taking longer as rates are expected to fall sharply, ...
After pandemic-induced years of supply chain bottlenecks and exorbitant costs, capacity is returning to the logistics sector.
But it’s not all good news.
A funny thing
I recently received an unsolicited email, the type of which I had not seen for a couple of years. It was from a Labour Hire agency pushing freight handlers and forklift operators available to start immediately. What is more, they have just come out of two large national transport companies.
Was I interested?
In a market where there were ...
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